LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Slightly warmer afternoon temperatures in the mid to upper 50′s with westerly wind between 5-10mph under sunny sky will make for a great day to get outside and enjoy the weather.
Tomorrow starts cold again with temperatures in the mid 20′s and clear sky northwesterly wind becomes southwestwerly by afternoon and sustained between 15-20mph. Sunny with afternoon high temperatures in the upper 50′s to low 60′s.
A cold front will dive into the region Monday bringing with it very strong northerly wind sustained at times between 25-30mph and gusting up to 50mph, especially along and east of the Caprock. Temperatures Monday afternoon will be noticeably colder than Sunday's only reaching the upper 40's with the potential for blowing dust to create low visibility for commuters. Dry fuel, strong sustained wind speeds and lack of precipitation will also elevate fire weather dangers for Monday.
Very cold air remains in place to help drop Tuesday morning temperatures into the mid-teens across the South Plains. Wind speeds remain breezy between 15-20mph becoming southwesterly by afternoon.
Morning temperatures remain below freezing and dangerous for any people, pets or plants left outdoors overnight through the 7-Day forecast. Afternoon temperatures slowing begin to increase to seasonal conditions by the end of the week.